The Man Who Exposed Planned Parenthood Harvesting And Selling Body Parts From The Babies They Murder, Is Now Being Fined $200,000 By The US Government For Publishing The Video Showing Planned Parenthood Doctors Boasting About How They Cut Babies To Pieces

By Theodore Shoebat 

The man who exposed Planned Parenthood harvesting and selling body parts of the babies they murder, David Daleiden, and his lawyers, have been fined $200,000 by the US government. I did a whole video on this:

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  • magaforever

    We need to expose and execute these government rats…either way one day very soon all these corrupt rats in government will be hunted down and swiftly and brutally executed that is not a threat it a constitutional promise to all enemies of america and supporters of baby butchers..all it will take is a few years and theyre all done

    • filomena seiffert

      And will be replaced by new rats

  • magaforever

    If you guys cant expose names and address of the corrupt rats the why not set up a lawsuit against them?? Why not set up a fund for the man being persecuted?? I would gladly donate for such a cause if i couldnt contribute to them being brought to the justice by death they deserve and will very soon get regardless

    • obfuscation100

      Why not have The Godfather take care of the problem? The judge is corrupt and should have recused himself because of a conflict of interest.

  • MidNightRider2001 .

    Freedom of the press only applies to the corporate media so you know what to think.

  • obfuscation100

    DOJ is completely corrupt. It is the reincarnation of Stalin’s KGB.

  • They are condemning themselves. Too bad because the eternal torment of hell, their very possible judgment, is forever……………

  • filomena seiffert

    The times we live has turned upside down any decency and replaced it with immorality, murder, corruption and condemnation of innocents. People are fooled, they think they have freedom and equal rights lest do the test; can anyone without and money not being part of the gang be a candidate to Representative, senator, president and win? never.

  • ace

    Interesting expose of the Max Planck society. A bit of Irony since, Max, considered the father of quantum physics, was 74 when the N*zis came to power in 1933, and 80 in 1938 when the Prussian Academy was taken over by the N*zis, and Planck resigned his presidency in protest. In 1945, Planck’s son Erwin was arrested in the attempted Hitler assassination plot and died at the hands of the Gestapo.

    The Max Planck society was founded in 1911 as the Kaiser Wilhelm Society (KWS) and renamed or reestablished as the Max Planck society in 1948 at the instigation of British allies. The society is actually an association of (some 83 or so) German research institutes spread out in different parts of Germany. The concerning institutes which you speak of seem to be the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden and the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in Frankfurt (just these two?). The Brain Institute was founded in Berlin in 1914 making it one of the oldest of the KWS Institutes. When Lenin died of a brain hemorrhage in 1924, his brain was preserved in formaldehyde and, in 1926, the Soviets recruited Oskar Vogt of the German Brain Institute to supervise in Russia an examination of Lenin’s brain to help establish Lenin’s genius. According to Wiki, “Based on critical remarks Vogt had made about national socialism, a protective attitude towards Jewish coworkers at the institute, and rumors that he was a communist (spirited by his Moscow contacts), Vogt was pressed to early retirement by 1937.” Those who succeeded Vogt, Hallervorden and Spatz, were the ones who became involved in N*azi atrocities…

    • Thank you for the details sir

      • ace

        Well, I’ve found one more of the institutes which is questionable, Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich. It is the one which retained samples after the Brain Institute buried the bunch in 1990. Also, N*zi research was done at Heidelberg University which was not one of the Institutes.

        Any research on N*zi victims who were killed is extremely reprehensible, but one of the particularly gruesome aspects is that these experiments started with disabled children and these are some of the samples which have been retained.

        In the U.S., family members of kids with disabilities are sometimes encouraged to have a protocol in place for donation of brain samples after (currently) natural death. This used to be especially true where a presumed genetic disability did not yet have a gene marker (and some of these markers have been found after the mapping of the human gene). What happened in Germany is a lesson to the wise from history about unethical researchers and retention of samples after they have served a purpose for which permission may have been given (or not). A gruesome thought.

        • the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute was involved in the Holocaust and Joseph Mengele worked for them. It later on became the Max Planck Institute and they kept the brains and were studying them after the war. They are the same eugenist garbage.

          — Theodore Shoebat

          • ace

            Exactly! This is true, yet since the institutes are many, I was trying to find out which of the institutes were involved in N*azi eugenic atrocities and which were founded prior to the end of WWII.

            For example, the KWI Institute for Physics was founded in 1917 in Berlin and Albert Einstein was the director 1917-1933. He was visiting the U.S. in 1933 when H*tler came to power and, being Jewish, never returned, becoming a U.S. citizen in 1940.

            The KWI for Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry was founded 1911 in Dahlem, Berlin and is now renamed the Fritz Haber Institute of the MPG, named after Fritz Haber, who was director from 1911 – 1933. Haber, of Jewish descent, won a Nobel prize in Chemistry, was a convert to Christianity, but left Germany, en route to Rehovot, Israel (Mandatory Palestine under British Administration at the time), but died on the way in Basel Switzerland. He is considered the father of chemical warfare for helping weaponize poisonous gases during WWI. It is true, however, that this particular KWI was involved in research dedicated to Germany’s military needs during both World Wars.

            Another interesting aside is the funding of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Psychiatry and the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Anthropology, Human Heredity and Eugenics by the Rockefeller Foundation from 1930 to at least 1939. Both the Rockefeller Foundation and the Carnegie Institution funded the U.S. Eugenic Record Office in Cold Spring Harbor, New York which served as a center for eugenics and human heredity research from 1910 to 1939…

            A further aside is regarding the Catholic Church’s condemnation of IVF (in-vitro fertilization) where fertilized eggs are frequently destroyed. Some pro-lifers have taken to embryo adoption so as to save human lives which would otherwise be destroyed. (I don’t think the Catholic Church has taken a formal position on embryo adoption.) However,the best chance of a successful pregnancy from the implantation of an embryo is in a woman who has previously had a successful pregnancy and, as it turns out, the embryo adoption industry is now marketing to those struggling to conceive, and more than half of these adoptions result in the death of these embryonic children:

        • Kamau41

          Theodore explained and uncovered it all within this Sunday Special essay in great detail a couple of months back. In case you have missed it, here it is for you to review:
          “The German Nazis sent hundreds of samples of the brains of their victims to Berlin where they would be examined by the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Brain Research. Whats interesting is that before the Holocaust, the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute was infamously known as a beacon of biological research and scientific innovation, even winning several Nobel Prizes. This should remind us of the reality of the many scientists today who study animals and human biology and at the same time promote eugenics. Let this be a lesson to us, that these “men of science” who position themselves as gods — dictating who lives and who dies — look to humanity no differently than how they see bacteria and insects under the microscope.”


          • ace

            Thanks for the link… I just started it and saw some stuff I’d seen before, but also some info I had not previously known (really liked the Chesterton quote in article). I will have to read article carefully later. It was a very busy summer for me/the family with lots of paperwork and deadlines and personal problem solving; seemed like one thing after another, if not several things simultaneously…

  • Christendom


    On the topic of Darwinism and its relation to the modern eugenics movement, have you ever explored the research of Catholic scholar, Dr. Robert Sungenis, on Galileo’s theory?

    Sungenis defends the traditional and Biblical understanding of the Church i.e. Geocentrism, and he uses the primary sources of those who claim to defend Galileo’s theory, such as Einstein (and even Galileo himself) to do it.

    Why bring this up in relation to Darwin? Galileo ‘planted’ the seed that made the rise of Darwinism possible. The moment the Church lost credibility in the field of science, scientists were given ‘license’ to veer from the absolute truths of Sacred Scripture.

    On another note briefly, I’d like to share a quote from Bishop Scheider taken from a talk he did recently and written about by LifeSiteNews, you’ll love it:

    “Schneider publicly supports the four cardinals who’ve asked the pope five questions “dubia” to clear up the confusion caused by Amoris Laetitia, which is fragmenting the church as bishops and bishops’ groups issue contradictory guidelines based on differing interpretations of the controversial document.

    In his answer, he distinguished true discernment from “anti-discernment” or “pseudo-discernment.”

    The first such “process of discernment,” was “the dialogue of the serpent with Eve, to seek a discernment to obey God, or not to obey God,” Schneider said.

    When Eve told the devil that God had said not to eat the fruit, “And then the devil said, ‘Oh, let us start a discernment … What did God say?’” he pointed out.

    “And Eve said, ‘Ah, He said when we will eat we will die.’ ‘Oh no! This is not true,’ he said. ‘Let us discern. You will know what is good.’”

    The result of this discernment was “a catastrophe of all humanity,” he said. “So we are now bearing in our souls, in our bodies, the consequences of that original sin, of this bad discernment.”

    Discernment “can only be for the good. Discernment can only be to fulfil the will of God,” he said.

    “It is clearly the will of God that sexual acts are only permitted and willed by God, wanted by God, inside a valid matrimony. This is the clear will of God. There is no other exception,” the bishop pointed out.

    “But to continue to practice of adultery, it is not fulfilling the will of God, it is offending God,” Schneider said.

    “So it is an anti-discernment, a pseudo-discernment, which will confirm the soul in sin.” This could lead “even to the danger to lose his soul for eternity.”

    As other examples, “one who likes to lie” will say “let us make a discernment so I can continue to lie. Someone likes to steal, ‘OK, I’m so existentially linked with the stealing’ … let us make a discernment that I can a little bit continue to steal.”

    And “it is the same as a discernment to, even in the confessional, then to allow the adulterers to continue in adultery,” he said.

    “It is a contradiction and a very great danger for the souls and a grave responsibility, more on the priest who allows this,” he said.

    “And more on the pope, who seems to allow this … who does not make nothing to prevent this,” said Schneider.

    It “seems Amoris Laetitia goes in this direction,” added the bishop, to a burst of applause.”


    Catholics need to be very careful of ‘pastoral’ opinion nowadays. Stick to established dogma. We cannot go wrong with dogma. We can go wrong, very wrong, with pastoral opinions that appear to minimise or contradict the dogmatic truths of the Faith.

    It is easy to discern the difference if one reads the Catechism carefully and is mindful of the nuance used. For example, in the section on the death penalty, the Catechism affirms the Church is not against the death penalty. However in that same section further down it says “the need is practically non-existent today.” That’s not a dogmatic conclusion. That’s obviously a pastoral ‘opinion.’

    Hope this helps.

    Blessings to all…

    • DeusLoVult

      Come on…are people still arguing that pseudo-scientific bullsh*t? Geocentrism has long been disproved.

      P.S. Heliocentrism does not in any way conflict with the Bible.

      • Christendom

        Funny how brainwashing and prejudice works. You’ve clearly taken no time whatsoever to examine the work of Dr. Robert Sungenis.

        He uses primary sources.

        Yes, it is true he can’t “prove” Geocentrism irrefutably, neither can the other side prove their position against it.

        Yet, like evolution theory, we must support the popular secular dogma of our day or be declared heretics of science even among our own i.e. other Catholics.

      • Christendom

        P.S. I’m not going to be drawn into a “link debate” regarding Geocentrism and Heliocentrism. Scientists can and will ‘debate’ the mysteries of creation that are beyond their comprehension until the end of time.

        Those who wish to explore the scientific admissions and ‘theories’ for and against Geocentrism are free to. I encourage them too.

        I will offer ‘one’ link regarding the Scriptural argument in favour of Geocentrism (because I’m not really interested in having a Scriptural link debate either):

        The ‘science’ against Geocentrism is NOT conclusive. It’s just that the scoffers are going to scoff and the mockers are going to mock:

        2 Timothy 4:1-5(DRA)

        1 I charge thee, before God and Jesus Christ, who shall judge the living and the dead, by his coming, and his kingdom:
        2 Preach the word: be instant in season, out of season: reprove, entreat, rebuke in all patience and doctrine.
        3 For there shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears:
        4 And will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables.
        5 But be thou vigilant, labour in all things, do the work of an evangelist, fulfill thy ministry. Be sober.

        “Be sober.” These are two of the best words of advice any Catholic could ever hear in this day and age, because scientific THEORY is used to ‘dictate’ Church/Christian/Catholic opinion on dogma.

        God Bless